PSoC™ 4 Forum Discussions
We will use CY8C4247AZA-M483 PArt Number , There will be a lot of cyber-security codes and FUSA algorithms in the products to be designed, I request you to send a more detailed datasheet with pin-outs in addition to the datasheet accessed from the web page. We will have to examine the product in depth.Show Less
I am looking for empty carrier tape to be used in the tape-out mechanism of a Xeltek SuperBOT2 automatic programmer. Does anyone know who at Infineon/Cypress I would contact to see if they would sell me empty carrier tape, top sealing tape, and reels? This is for CY8C4024FNIS412T PSoC 4000S devices in a WLCSP-25 package.
Dear SIrs and Madams,
We are considering configuring the CapSense sensor that connects to PSoC with ITO.
ITO seems to have a higher resistance component than copper wiring on a general board.
Since it is necessary to make a fine structure this time, the resistance component of the sensor is about 7k ohm.
I tried the simulation as below, but it seems that the resistance component of the sensor is not affected so much.
Is it a problem that the sensor resistance (or resistance to the sensor) is high?
Dear Sirs and Madams,
We are considering CY8C4247AZS-M483.
I searched the website and found the corresponding product.
/* Search result for CY8C4247AZS-M483 */
If you press the data sheet on the upper right of the above page, the data sheet of the general-purpose(non-automotive) product of PSoC4200M will be opened.
/* PSoC4200M datasheet URL */
Even if you access it from the Automotive PSoC site, the datasheet is non-Automotive PSoC4M.
It is also possible that the link above is incorrect.
Could you please provide us with the datasheet for Automotive PSoC4M?
We are looking to whitelist the BD-Address for the devices. How can i see the BD-Address of the module from the cypress.?
Public address which are silicon generated.
Also how we can check the random address of the module if any.? and method to change itShow Less
If I use the I2S component's clip detection, it works fine when USB audio is consuming the data from the I2S component, but if the USB Audio is inactive, or the PSoC is not connected to a USB host, the I2S data is still coming into the component, but the clip detection no longer works.
It seems that the RxDMA_ChDisable() command is what actually disables it, even though that doesn't directly control the I2S component? It just moves the data out of the I2S component FIFO. Maybe the data in the FIFO is what is actually being read for clip detection, and not moving it out leaves it stuck on the same sample? But it never gets stuck in the "clip detected" state.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding what actually turns off the clip detection, but the I2S lines all still have the same data on them, whether it's working or not. I would like it to work all the time, regardless of the DMA output.Show Less
Am generating the code from an example.If i want to change the variable in the generating source file i can't due to psoc functionality.
I.e I added ble component in cysch and generated the code. Am trying to change the variable and want to add variable in Ble.c which is under generated source file. and i complied and things are working as per the code.
But if we regenerate or add any component in Cysch the generated source available in ble.c get deleted. Can anyone help how i can retain that variable in the file.? Or how we hold the change in generated source fileShow Less
I'm intending to use a CY8C4724FNI-S402T (due to availability + small package size) part for an application which needs to be powered by a 5V source and has a 1.8V LVCMOS input.
The TRM for the 4700S only mentions CMOS/LVTTL thresholds, but you can select "CMOS 1.8V" in PSoC Creator.
Does the 4700S series support 1.8V CMOS inputs?Show Less
我在使用MiniProg4 操作upgrade Firnware时拔掉USB连接，MiniProg4不能使用了。有什么办法可以恢复吗？
|power supply voltage||collected voltage|
auhADTimeOutCnt = CLEAR;
while ((CLEAR == ADC_SAR_Seq_1_IsEndConversion(1)) && (auhADTimeOutCnt < 0x140))
auhADTimeOutCnt++; /* A/D Convert TimeOut Counter */
wshPwrCtrlVDataADValue = ADC_SAR_Seq_1_GetResult16(PWRCTRL_BATT_ADC_CH0); /* Get A/D Value */